ZGM230-DK2603A

MSRP $64.00

Z-Wave 800 Series Development Kit

ZGM230-DK2603A is a Z-Wave ZGM230S SiP module-based development kit. It is a feature-rich, cost-effective, small form factor prototype and development platform for Z-Wave. It is an ideal platform for developing energy-friendly and secure connected IoT devices using Z-Wave mesh and Z-Wave Long Range. It ships with Unify SDK Z-Wave protocol controller that works with any Z-Wave end devices. Customers can develop wide range command, control, and monitoring applications utilizing numerous sensors, buttons, and LEDs on this board. A built in SEGGER J-Link debugger ensures easy debugging through the USB Type-C connector.

MSRP $64.00

 

Kit Contents

  • BRD2603A - ZGM230s +14 dBm Dev Kit Board
  • ANT SS900 - 868-915 MHz Antenna

Kit Features

  • Sensors
    • Temperature and Humidity sensor
    • Ambient light sensor
    • LESENSE metal detector LC-sensor
    • Pressure sensor
    • Hall effect sensor
    • 9-axis inertial sensor
  • User Interface
    • 2x Buttons (w/ EM2 wake-up)
    • 2x LEDs
    • 1x RGB LED
  • On-board Debugger
    • J-Link Pro
    • Packet Trace (PTI) over UART
    • Virtual COM with HW Flow Control
  • Power-save Features
    • Controllable and separate power domain(s) for sensors
  • Expansion headers for easy I/O access

Setting up your Z-Wave 800 Dev Kit

Requirements

  • At least two ZGM230-DK2603A Dev Kits, one for Controller and one for end node
  • Coin cell battery or USB-C cable (not included)
  • USB-C cable for Controller (not included)

Step 1: Unbox Z-Wave 800 Dev Kit

  • Remove BRD2603A from the box
  • Supply power to board:
    • Insert a battery in the coin cell battery holder on the bottom of the board or plug in a USB Type-C cable.
  • BRD2603A comes with pre-flashed Unify SDK Z-Wave Controller
  • Connect the first BRD2603A board ( “Controller” ) to computer via USB

Step 2: Download & Run Unify Dockerized Environment

  • Install and run Unify portable environment
  • Enter URL in Browser to launch Unify GUI

Step 3: Download and Install Simplicity Studio Version 5

Get up and running quickly with precompiled demos, application notes, and examples. Use advanced tools including energy profiling to optimize your MCU application. Choose your software package below.

Step 4: Prepare an End Device

  • Connect the second BRD2603A to computer via USB
  • Find and flash the desired sample application to BRD2603A
    • “Switch On/Off” or “Multilevel Sensor”
  • Read the DSK value needed for inclusion
  • Include the End Device to the Z-Wave network
  • Experience the power of Z-Wave devices and demo applications
  • For detailed instructions, please refer to Tech Docs
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